Supernatural Completion

I finally ordered the proofs for my 6 volume book, Supernatural Hypocrisy: The Cognitive Dissonance of a God Cosmology. It will be available for the Holiday Shopping season. Volume 1: Cosmology of God & Jesus Volume 2: Cosmology of Christianity … Continue reading

Science Heals, Religion Steals

Excerpt from Supernatural Hypocrisy:  The Cognitive Dissonance of a God Cosmology Volume 5: The Cosmology of Science “Science has done more for the development of the Western civilization  in one hundred years than Christianity did in eighteen hundred.” ~John Burroughs … Continue reading

The Great Fib

excerpt from  Supernatural Hypocrisy:  The Cognitive Dissonance of a God Cosmology Volume 3: Cosmology of the Bible  by Kelli Jae Baeli The Great Fib There’s a huge hole in the whole Flood drama, because anything that could float or swim … Continue reading

Mind-Bending Esoterica

 Open Letter to Spiritual Person Regarding Belief in Supernatural based on several posts on Facebook to my Wall.  First, this subject matter does not lend itself to a sound-byte. That’s why science is often wrongly interpreted as unable to respond … Continue reading

Cosmology of the Dark Side–Hell

Excerpted from “Supernatural Hypocrisy: The Cognitive Dissonance of a God Cosmology” Volume 4: The Cosmology of the Dark Side by Kelli Jae Baeli Gnashing of Teeth “God says do what you wish, but make the wrong choice and you will … Continue reading

Jael. In a Tent. With a Spike.

Excerpt from Supernatural Hypocrisy: The Cognitive Dissonance of a God Cosmology by Kelli Jae Baeli {website text in red, my comments in black} During some research, came across this page. It’s the most hateful, war-mongering, misogynistic, atavistic, hate-crime supporting, and … Continue reading

My Author Bio

(written by Redacted Friend) Baeli was born to spin a yarn. The daughter of a professional musician, she arrived in Wichita and began her journey with a song in her heart and a plethora of passion erupting from her pen. … Continue reading

Fat Chance: Lament of a Transplanted Single

Before moving here, I never had to worry about what my friends thought of me. They knew me. Sometimes for 10 or 20 years–a few of them longer than that. And I was in relationships usually. Serial monogamist. So I … Continue reading